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“This post was sponsored by Redbox as part of a program with Influence Central. I received complimentary products to facilitate my review” Our family loves movies and enjoy our weekend movie nights at home. Each week we take turns picking out a movie we want to watch and rent it from the Redbox kiosk at our local grocery store. Renting from Redbox has never been easier. They carry a large variety of New Release Blu-ray, DVD, and Video Games so the whole family can enjoy. To rent from Redbox, you just need to head to your nearest kiosk location and…

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Can you believe that Christmas is not that far away? I feel like it has crept up ever so quickly. While I keep a Christmas fund all year so I am not in debt from buying gifts, I tend to make DIY gifts as well. Making a DIY gift is so much more personable and you know that no one else will get them the same gift. One DIY gift I like to make is jewelry. While I am not a professional jewelry maker, Teeda Jewelry makes it to create personalized gifts with their Silver Charms and Silver Chains. Their…

Teachers deserve appreciation, so why not treat them to some Chick-Fil-A. I was able to make this teacher gift for the cost of a Chick-Fil-A gift card, a few supplies from the restaurant, and supplies I had on hand. My local Chick-Fil-A restaurant supplied me with an empty salad container and mints. I already had the green shredded paper on hand that I filled the salad container with. After purchasing the gift card for the dollar amount that you want place in the container on top of the shredded paper along with the mints. Then, print this free printable Lettuce…

If you are looking for a teacher gift, here is an inexpensive personalized mason jar cup to make. I found most of the items at the dollar store and added a Chick-Fil-A gift card to the mix. Supplies Needed Colored paper clips (found at the dollar store) Colored multi-purpose clips (found at the dollar store) Mason Jar Cup (found at the dollar store with label already on it) Ribbon Sharpie Packs of gum Chick-Fil-A gift card or gift card of your choice I layered everything into the mason jar cup and then added the Chick-Fil-A gift card towards the top…

Teacher Appreciation week is May 4th-8th! Create a fun, inexpensive teacher gift by purchasing a  Chick-Fil-A gift card and using a few other simple supplies. Plus, print this free printable Frosted Lemonade Tag to attach to a paper straw and the gift is complete. Supplies Needed Chick-Fil-A gift card Chick-Fil-A frosted lemonade cup (some locations may give you one for free) Paper straw Shredded colored paper Printable Frosted Lemonade Tag Thank a teacher for all of their hard work they do throughout the year!

Recycle an Altoids mint tin for an inexpensive Teacher Appreciation gift. This idea is a great way to thank your teacher while giving them fresh breath. I used mint packets that I got for free at Chick-fil-A but you can find packaged mints at the Dollar Store. Give your teacher a useful gift that he or she can use while re-purposing some items. Supplies Needed Chalkboard Labels Liquid Chalk Markers Altoids Tin Mints Directions Write the saying “I “mint” to tell you thanks for being my teacher” on one chalkboard label and who it is from on another chalkboard label…

Recycle an Altoids mint tin for an inexpensive Teacher Appreciation gift. This idea is a great way to thank your teacher while giving them fresh breath. I used mint packets that I got for free at Chick-fil-A but you can find packaged mints at the Dollar Store. Give your teacher a useful gift that he or she can use while re-purposing some items. Supplies Needed Chalkboard Labels Liquid Chalk Markers Altoids Tin Mints Directions Write the saying “I “mint” to tell you thanks for being my teacher” on one chalkboard label and who it is from on another chalkboard label…

Mother’s Day gifts do not have to cost a fortune. Plus, what mom doesn’t love a handmade gift from their kids? This DIY Mother’s Day Sharpie Mug was fun to make and only costs me a few dollars to make as some items I found at my local dollar store.  Plus, it’s dishwasher safe so there is no need to hand wash unless you want to. DIY Mother’s Day Sharpie Mug Supplies Needed White Mug Stick on Alphabet Stickers (I found them at the Dollar Store) Silver Sharpie Oil Based Paint Marker (color optional) Gold Sharpie Oil Based Paint Marker…

St. Patrick’s Day Rainbow Treat Bags These St. Patrick’s Day Rainbow Treat Bags are a nice sweet treat for the kids that is quick to put together and inexpensive. You may be able to find the candy at your local dollar store. To make this treat look like a rainbow I used the Pretzel Cellophane Party Bags. They are longer to fit all of the candy in it and plenty of room to add the bag tag.  Print the free treat bag tags to complete the treat. INGREDIENTS (per bag) 1 Cellophane Bags 1 Printed Tag 8 Rolos 30 Skittles…